All the Incentives You Are Due
From Pay for Performance Programs
be Subject of New Audio Webcast
15, 2010 At 1:30 PM EDT
MANASQUAN, NJ --
July 6, 2010:
The national emphasis on quality today is a significant trend that
continues to grow. With that growth is the increase in the number of
measures being used by different health plans that makes it difficult
to adequately stay on top of what you need to know. This can result in
physicians, practice groups, or physician organizations being
inadvertently shortchanged when the incentives are awarded.
The question is, are pay-for-performance program
participants receiving all the financial rewards they are entitled
Especially today with the rapid growth of P4P
programs and so many members of independent practice associations and
physician hospital organizations in many parts of the country
participating in P4P programs, it's very important to know where all
the dollars are.
It's been estimated that IPAs may only be
collecting 50 percent of their P4P incentive awards.
That's why "How to Capture All the Incentives You
Are Due from Pay for Performance Programs," a 60-minute audio webcast,
has been organized by the team at Pay-for-Performance
Thursday, July 15, 2010, at 1:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Participants will learn the following significant
factors to gain P4P financial incentives: Identifying the total amount
of Pay for Performance; Picking the right initiatives; Getting the
Data; Case History; Incentives vs Overhead; Quantifying Success, What
Constitutes a Win?; and Painless and Transparent to Workflow.
The program presenters are: Ron Hooper, Chief Executive Officer and Director of YouMed; and Dr. David Feerst, MD, President of Northwest Suburban IPA and Founder and Co-Chair of YouMed.
Low-cost team training. All your team members can
listen in. "Attend" this program right in your office and enjoy
significant savings no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. The
program will conclude with a live 'Open Mike' question and answer
session, giving participants the opportunity to voice concerns and
complete details visit:
Address: The Managed Care Information
Center, 1913 Atlantic Ave., Ste. 200, Manasquan, NJ 08736;
(732) 292-1100, www.themcic.com.